WASHINGTON DC–Motorcycle clubs across America have accepted the challenge to protect this country’s schools.
NRA executive vice president Wayne LaPierre recently stated an armed police officer be placed in every school.
America’s bikers have stepped up in “whole hog” support.
“Hell, I’ll ride up bright and early before first bell, proudly wearing school colors against my own,” stated a biker who identified himself as a Hells Angel, although proof of membership was not provided at time of interview.
When asked by this reporter if he or his gang brethren could pass a school volunteer background check permitting him campus access and association with students, the biker just laughed. “Darlin’, I don’t tutor. I ride perimeter.”
Mr. LaPierre—who displays an annoying habit of closing his eyes in reverent fashion when discussing firearms–recently attributed everything but access to assault weapons as responsible for creating a culture of violence in the United States. He advocated active and retired police officers, military veterans and private security guards be consulted and instrumental in the development of school protection plans.
LaPierre did not respond to questions regarding the chances a lone school resource officer stood against a lowered assault rifle by a gunman intent on inflicting mass harm.
Assault rifles were banned in the United States until 2004 when magically, the federal ban expired under the George W. Bush administration.